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Tradescantia spathacea (Boat lily )

Other names: Christ in the manger, Cradle lily , Men in a boat, Moses in the cradle, Moses in his cradle, Moses in the bulrushes, Moses on a raft, Oyster plant, Prayer plant, Purple-leaved spiderwort, Three men in a boat, Boatlily, Rhoeo discolor, Rhoeo spathacea, Moses-in-a-basket

T. spathacea is a tender, compact, clump-forming, evergreen perennial with rosettes of semi-erect, fleshy, linear to lance-shaped, dark green leaves, dark purple beneath, and, throughout the year, cymes of white flowers surrounded by prominent, persistent, purple bracts.
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Ultimate spread 0.6m
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Ultimate height 0.3m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Anthurium andraeanum (Flamingo flower)

Other names: Tail flower , Flamingo lily

A. andraeanum is an evergreen perennial for indoor use. It has dark-green, shiny, heart -shaped leaves and througout the year, producess exotic red flowers consisting of shiny, scarlet, heart-shaped spathes with a yellow spadix.
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Ultimate spread 0.5m
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Ultimate height 0.5m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Cordyline australis 'Burgundy Spire' (Cabbage tree 'Burgundy Spire')

Other names: New Zealand cabbage palm 'Burgundy Spire', New Zealand dragon plant 'Burgundy Spire', Palm lily 'Burgundy Spire'

'Burgundy Spire' is a tender, erect, palm-like, evergreen tree with arching, linear- to lance-shaped, dark purple to maroon leaves. Under favourable conditions, panicles of fragrant, creamy white flowers in summer followed by white or blue-tinted berries.
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Ultimate spread 1m
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Ultimate height 3m
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Time to ultimate size 10-20 years
to maturity
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Dryopteris filix-mas 'Linearis Polydactyla' (Male fern 'Linearis Polydactyla')

Other names: Many-fingered male fern, Slender crested male fern

'Linearis Polydactyla' is a robust, deciduous to semi-evergreen fern forming a large, shuttlecock-like clump of lance-shaped, forked, erect to arching, mid- to bright green fronds with narrow, widely-spaced pinnae.
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Ultimate spread 1.2m
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Ultimate height 1.2m
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Time to ultimate size 5-10 years
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Solanum quitoense (Naranjillo)

Other names: Lulo, Quito orange, Golden fruit of the Andes, Bed of nails , Solanum angulatum

S. quitoense is a tender yet vigorous, upright, wide- spreading, evergreen shrub with spiny stems bearing large, oblong to ovate, woolly, purple-veined, grey-green leaves, spiny in the wild, usually spineless in cultivated varieties. Clusters of fragrant, white pale purple flowers are followed by edible, hairy, yellow-orange fruit with translucent green or yellow flesh. May bear fruit year-round if grown under glass.
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Ultimate spread 1.8m
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Ultimate height 1.8m
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Time to ultimate size 1-2 years
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Citrus hystrix (Thai lime)

Other names: Mauritius papeda, Kaffir lime, Leech lime, Caffre lime, Makrut lime, Combavas, Wild lime, Kabuyao, Kieffer lime

C. hystrix is a large, tender, thorny, evergreen shrub or small tree with aromatic, glossy, distinctively-shaped, 'double', dark green leaves and, throughout the year, small, fragrant, white flowers are followed by round to oval, bumpy green fruit.
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Ultimate spread 4m
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Ultimate height 6m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 10-20 years
to maturity
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Cheilanthes tomentosa (Woolly lip fern)

Other names: Myriopteris tomentosa, Wooly lip fern, Cheilanthes bradburii, Notholaena tomentosa, Allosorus tomentosus, Woolly lipfern

C. tomentosa is a low-growing, rhizomatous, evergreen fern with lance-shaped, pinnatifid fronds of rounded, grey-green segments with silvery scales beneath and purple-black, hairy stalks.
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Ultimate spread 0.45m
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Ultimate height 0.45m
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Time to ultimate size 5-10 years
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